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Hofburg's opulent Riesensaal (Giant's Hall). Courtesy of Innsbruck Tourism

Hours: Museum: daily 9am-5pm
Cost: Museum: €5.50; concessions €4; children €1.10-€2.50
Once the seat of Tyrolean royalty, Innsbruck's Hofburg palace dates back to 1460. Empress Maria Theresa put her Rococo stamp on the grand, white-fronted edifice in the 18th century. Frescoes and portraits of the Habsburgs adorn the state apartments.
After a cultural overdose, pause with coffee and chocolatey Sachertorte in the Viennese cafe.
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